Thursday, 05 June 2014Alberta, Canada
<P LANG="en-GB"><FONT FACE="Arial, sans-serif"><B>BCP047 - Whitecourt<BR><BR>Posted
- Co-ords: N 54º 08.589 W113º 41.243 Elevation: 693.0 m
<BR>GPSr - Co-ords:
N 53º 08.587 W113º 41.245 Elevation: 704.0 m</b></FONT></P>
<P LANG="en-GB"><FONT FACE="Arial, sans-serif">The Brass Cap was exactly
"1' EAST OF EAST EDGE SIDEWALK", but the most interesting aspect is that 53
Avenue does not come through all the way to 51st Street, but the
'right of way' for it probably does. <br />We found this cap while we were in the Whitecourt area attending the 3 events there this past weekend - 'Get Cratered - Random Camping' by "Viajero Perdido"; 'Meteorite Ground Zero - Getting Cratered' by "rat root" and 'Already Cratered - Hard Luck Falls' by "Team Viper".</P>
<P LANG="en-GB"><FONT FACE="Arial, sans-serif">We see that there is another cap in Whitecourt and the new one near Hard Luck Falls - two reasons to bring us back to this area.</P>
<P LANG="en-GB">As always, we enjoyed the HUNT and the FIND, and someday
we may even get a metal detector for this game. </P>
<P LANG="en-GB"><FONT FACE="Arial, sans-serif">Found on May 30, 2014 at 12:47
<P LANG="en-GB"><FONT FACE="Arial, sans-serif"><b>Thanks For The Cap - "ofth";
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